Wallace Greenslade, who was the radio show's announcer for most of its run through the 1950s, died in 1961. Andrew Timothy had in fact been the original announcer for the radio shows in the early days, so it was fitting that he was given the job of announcing the last one of all. See more
[using dramatic voice
I have been asked by the Beeb Beeb Ceeb to get the audience warmed up. Well, to my knowledge, there is no better way, than for the gentlemen to use their right hand to squeeze the tops of the lady's thigh next to them!
[sound FX plays loud feminine "Ooh!" sounds
Splendid ! I shall now whistle the soliloquy from Hamlet...
[Peter whistles the soliloquy from Hamlet while walking away from the microphone
That was Mr Sellers practicing his comeback.